FRI 21st - SUN 23rd OCTOBER 2022

Paul Daley

Paul Daley is an author, journalist and essayist. His books, including Beersheba, Collingwood: A Love Story, and  Challenge  have been finalists in major Australian literary awards including the Prime Minister’s History Prize, the Nib and the Manning Clark House Cultural Awards. A journalist for more than thirty years, he has worked as national affairs editor for The Bulletin magazine, and for The Sunday Age and The Age as political correspondent, foreign affairs and defence correspondent and London correspondent. He has won two Walkley Awards—for Investigative Journalism and also for Indigenous Journalism for his coverage of Australian cultural amnesia on frontier violence and the historic theft of Aboriginal ancestral remains. He has won Kennedy Awards for Indigenous Journalism and Best Columnist, and is the collaborative winner of the NSW Premier’s History Award for The Guardian’s ‘The Killing Times’ series on frontier massacres. He writes a regular column, ‘Postcolonial’, and features for The GuardianJesustown is his second novel. 

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The Berry Writers Festival acknowledges the Dharawal and Dhurga language-speaking groups who are traditional owners of this area. We acknowledge their customs and culture, which have nourished, and continue to nourish, this land. And we extend our respects to Elders, past, present, and future.

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